How to Increase Your Internet Speed in 10 Easy Steps

Slow internet is the worst!

 

Even studies show that wonky Wi-Fi connections are the number one modern-day inconvenience!

 

And it makes absolute sense. Waiting for downloads to finish, videos to buffer, or games to stop lagging is far from ideal.

 

But you can get your internet connection in the fast lane with a few quick adjustments, and I’m here to tell you all about them.

 

So let’s get tweaking!

 

10 easy ways to boost your internet speed

 

1. Reboot your router.

2. Find the best spot for your router.

3. Do a check-up on your internet cable.

4. Get yourself an ethernet cable.

5. Buy a Wi-Fi extender.

6. Block your ISP throttling.

7. Update your router firmware.

8. Switch your router to a different band.

9. Choose another Wi-Fi channel for your router.

10. Get a new, better router.

 

Let’s have a more in-depth look at these tips.

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The Origins of Privacy and How it Became a Human Right

What is privacy for you? For some, privacy means having their bedroom and doing whatever they want in their personal space.

 

For others, it’s the freedom of stepping outside without any surveillance cameras watching them.

 

Internet privacy is just an extension of life. Today’s conversations circle around the ideas of “I have nothing to hide” or “Privacy is dead”.

 

When did people become aware of their need for privacy? And what did they do to claim this right?

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How to Delete Your Gmail Account Permanently

Gmail is one of the most used email providers out there. But it also has one of the most controversial business practices when it comes to data and privacy.

 

And since Gmail has been involved in some privacy scandals, it’s no wonder people are trying to cut ties with the industry giant.

 

So, if you want to delete your Gmail account, we’ve prepared just the guide for you.

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Arguing that you don't care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don't care about free speech because you have nothing to say.

Edward Snowden

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